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North Korea Again Rescinds Invitation to U.S. Ambassador Seeking Release of American Missionary

WASHINGTON – The U.S. State Department is announcing its disappointment after North Korean officials again rescinded an invitation to discuss the release of an American missionary sentenced to fifteen years hard labor in the country. “We are deeply disappointed by the DPRK [North Korean] decision–for a second time–to rescind its invitation for ambassador [Robert] King […]

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U.S. Department of Justice to Expand Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Benefits

WASHINGTON – U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced on Saturday that he planned to expand federal benefits to same-sex ‘couples,’  following last year’s Supreme Court ruling regarding the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). “In every courthouse, in every proceeding and in every place where a member of the Department of Justice stands on behalf of […]

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‘Our Choice is Always Life’: Christian Couple Shares Story of Newborn Son Who Lived for Ten Days

LAKE ZURICH, Ill. – A Christian couple in Illinois is sharing the story of their newborn terminally ill son, their determination to allow him a chance at life, and the life-changing way that he graced the world for ten days. At approximately 20 weeks into her pregnancy, Robbyn Blick and her husband Josh, a youth […]

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Virginia House Subcommittee Halts Student Religious Freedom Bill

RICHMOND, Va. – A House subcommittee in Virginia has halted a student religious freedom bill that had advanced through the Senate last month, questioning whether the measure was even necessary. As previously reported, Senator Bill Carrico (R-Grayson County) recently introduced SB 236 as part of his longtime fight for faith in the public arena. The […]

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North Carolina Attorney General to Appeal Ultrasound Ruling Despite Personal Opposition to Law

RALEIGH, N.C. – The attorney general of North Carolina has decided to appeal a federal court ruling that recently struck down the state’s ultrasound abortion law despite his personal opposition to the requirement. “While I oppose laws like this that force the state into women’s medical decisions, the state will appeal this ruling because legitimate […]

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‘Ten Commandments Judge’ Proposes Federal Marriage Preservation Amendment

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, also known as the ‘Ten Commandments Judge,’ has proposed the passage of a federal constitutional amendment that would enshrine marriage as being between a man and a woman. “Nothing in this Constitution or in the constitution or laws of any state shall define or […]

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Florida Man Beaten, Bitten by Naked Attacker Credits ‘Act of God’ for Survival

DELRAY BEACH, Fla. – An 18-year-old Florida man is crediting an ‘act of God’ for his survival after he was beaten and bitten this past week by a naked attacker who had gone on a wild rampage in the public streets. “Somehow I survived it. It had to be an act of God,” Tony Grein […]

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Husband of Pregnant Canadian Brain Dead Woman to Keep Wife on Life Support Until Baby Born

VICTORIA, Canada – A Canadian man whose pregnant wife has been declared brain dead has raised over $140,000 in his desire to keep his wife on life support until their baby is able to be delivered. Robyn Benson, 32, collapsed on December 28th after complaining of severe head pain. It was later discovered that she […]

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Florida Officials Reject Proposal to Place Atheist Monument Near Ten Commandments Display

LEVY COUNTY, Fla. – Officials in a Florida county have denied an application to erect an atheist monument near a Ten Commandments display at the county courthouse. The group Williston Atheists had submitted an application last month to Levy County officials to place the 1,500 pound granite bench on the grounds. However, in considering the […]

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Teens as Young as 13 Rescued from Sex Trafficking at Super Bowl

NEW YORK – The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) reports that officials with the organization, in conjunction with over 50 law enforcement agencies in four states, rescued 16 teens—ages 13 to 17—from a life of sex trafficking surrounding the Super Bowl. “High-profile special events, which draw large crowds, have become lucrative opportunities for child prostitution […]

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